I’m having a little fun with this whole Covid thing because I called this one a long time ago, as readers here know. Now that states are opening, masks are coming off, and life is going back to normal whether or not the government agrees, there is a panic from the politicians to maintain what they think is control. Specifically, my governor in Ohio, Mike DeWine, whom I often call “dummy DeWine is being forced to walk back all his Covid restrictions now, and he hates it. It’s essential to keep in mind that Mike DeWine started much of the Covid mess, he was one of the first to force mandated shutdowns of our economy, and he is only giving up those powers on June 2nd because the Ohio Senate and House are forcing him to. He has no choice. DeWine abused his emergency powers grossly from March of 2020 until the present, and he has made many enemies. And to take the edge off the way people feel about him, he wants to give away 1 million dollars a week for the next five weeks to get the Covid vaccination. Right now, the vaccination rate in Ohio is at 43%. DeWine is looking to increase that percentage by 10% to 20% more before a full Ohio open on June 2nd. There is a whole lot wrong with this plan, but more than anything, it’s another fine example of a dumb politician spending other people’s money to cover problems they created for themselves.
There is no compelling evidence that anything we did as a society to combat Covid did any good. The case counts are dropping now because, as I said many, many months ago, sunlight kills the virus in minutes. The worst thing anybody could do is walk around with a stupid mask all day, day after day, saturated with snot, bodily water droplets, and shading the mouth and nose from direct sunlight while staying indoors way too much. Most of everything that the CDC came up with was stupid, unscientific, and in many ways could be said to be outright terrorism. I love President Trump, but if he wants to argue with me about it, I’ll be happy to tell him how stupid everything was from day one and that America should have never done any of the things we did. I know he was talked into it by the “experts.” The experts were wrong and even malicious in what they did and then seeking to use Covid protocols to hide their many, many crimes. The first of those crimes was acting against constitutional limits on the government over our society, knowingly. Mike DeWine was one of the worst of all the governors of America because many followed him into what became a nightmare for us.
Cases are dropping now because it’s spring, the sun is out longer, and people are getting outside. Covid-19, after all statistically, wasn’t much different than an average virus as far as its debilitating effects. The cost of our protocols is in the trillions, and everyone who supported the actions knowingly or unknowingly gave China a head start in economic activity, which was a crime all its own. I am happy to argue any stat anybody wants to come up with, death counts, case counts, spread mechanisms, anything. The bottom line is the government got it wrong then sought to cover up what they didn’t know. They gave us even more dumb rules hoping to bury the mistakes under CDC protocols, that the teacher’s unions were writing for them so their lazy employees could sit home and eat potato chips all day. And climate change advocates are upset about cows producing too much methane. Take a methane measure outside the house of some obese public-school teacher sitting home getting paid during Covid. The cow is doing far less damage. The whole event would have been comical if it hadn’t been confirmed.
People were slow to ask these kinds of questions and eventually got the courage to ignore the government rules, which they should have done during the first week. But now, the government has lost the trust of most of the people. The situation is so bad that Governor DeWine feels he needs to give people a million dollars to get the vaccination rates up over 50%. This is what happens when a politician like DeWine listens to the phony suppression polls. Actual voters tell the real story. Otherwise, people won’t get the vaccine, which is not about solving coronavirus; as I explained in the video above, it’s about telling the government that you believe what they say about the virus. Notice how there hasn’t been any mention about people who have had Covid who shouldn’t get it again? Now it’s all about getting the vaccine because that is a measure that the government can use to say, “see, they still listen to us.” But people aren’t listening to them. People are going about their lives and showing great courage in pushing back now, which is essential. These overreaching governors need to feel the sting of what they did to us. The lives they destroyed by tampering with our lives. The money they took from us. The sheer misery of their stupidity. It’s one thing to watch a politician on television and talk about how dumb they are. It’s quite another when they chain their stupidity to our lives as they did with Covid and sink us all with their dumb actions.
Getting the vaccination says to all those idiots that we forgive them, and that we believe that their intentions were good, that we still trust what they say. And roughly 60% of all Ohioans who haven’t yet taken the vaccine tell everything about this matter. Even with DeWine’s million-dollar give-a-ways, there aren’t precisely lines around the block to get the vaccine. Getting the vaccine is to trust that the government knows what it is doing, and more people like me are willing to say no. I wouldn’t take a government vaccine at this point if they paid me a trillion dollars. I’m certainly not against medicine, but in this current time, which is more like a Mad Max movie than a civil enterprise of a tomorrow reaching government, I have lost trust in all those elected people. They are either too stupid to function where they need to in a hostile world, or they are part of what makes the world hostile. Until we fix that basic premise, I’m not taking their vaccine. And any bullying they try to employ to do so is unconstitutional in a court of law and would be a worthless gesture. They burnt us once; we gave them the benefit of the doubt. But we’ve learned, and the next time won’t be so easy.
Mike DeWine hopes not to get primaried next year where the GOP is already positioning candidates to knock him out of the governor seat after one term. Through Covid, he showed himself to be a Liz Cheney type of Republican—much more of a Democrat than anything. DeWine’s biggest mistake was in listening to his girlfriend Amy Acton, a pro-abortion Obamanite he put in charge of the Health Department. Then he listened to her without question, which pretty much destroyed Ohio for the last 14 months. The money wasted in opportunity cost is in the trillions. If Ohio was already an unfriendly environment for business, it is even more so after one short term under DeWine. I will vote for a dog before I ever vote for Mike DeWine again for anything. Yet the politician in DeWine wants desperately to run again. He hopes that this million-dollar taxpayer giveaway will let him do it without the embarrassment of a complete social rejection in the aftermath of Covid-19.
Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior
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